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Ben Adams - Talks and Lectures

  • 2017, February 15: Maths, University of Warwick: Seasonality and epidemic control. 
  • 2016, December 7: Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge: Seasonality, structure and epidemic control.
  • 2016, July 15: European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Nottingham: Household demographic determinants of Ebola epidemic risk.
  • 2016, April 12. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Demographic structures, human behaviour and the management of Ebola, dengue and water-borne disease epidemics. 
  • 2016, March 21: Mathematics in Life Sciences Workshop. University of Southampton. Demographic structures, human behaviour and the management of epidemics. 

  • 2014, January 9: Life Sciences, University of Warwick: Structure in mathematical models for dengue epidemiology.

  • 2012, July 23: Investigative Workshop Modeling Dengue Fever, NIMBioS, Tennessee: Dengue serotype interactions.
  • 2012, February 8: Workshop on Dynamical Systems Applied to Biology and Natural Sciences, Lisbon: Simple mathematical models of antigenic evolution.

  • 2011, June 28: European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Krakow: Human movement and the epidemiology of dengue. 
  • 2011, March 21 - 25: Department of Mathematics, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: A short course in epidemiological modelling.

  • 2010, December 13: Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College: Human movement and the dynamics of vector-borne disease in urban environments.
  • 2010, September 3: Mathematical Population Dynamics and Ecology 2010, University of Leicester: The role of human movement in the transmission and persistence of dengue virus.
  • 2010, June 24: Mathematics, Computation and Biology 2010, University of West of England, Bristol: The role of human movement in the transmission and persistence of dengue virus.
  • 2010, June 1: Computational and Mathematical Population Dynamics 3, Bordeaux: Transmission paradigms and the evolution of influenza A.
  • 2010, May 20: Department of Mathematics, University of Sussex: The role of human movement in the transmission and persistence of dengue virus.
  • 2010, April 27: Max Planck Institute fuer Informatik, Saarbruecken: Transmission paradigms and the evolution of influenza A.


  • 2009, September 30: Department of Zoology, University of Oxford: The role of human movement in the transmission and persistence of dengue virus.
  • 2009, July 29: Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting, Vancouver:The role of human movement in the transmission and persistence of dengue virus.


  • 2008, December 23: Department of Biology, Kyushu University, Japan: Transmission paradigms and the evolution of influenza A.
  • 2008, December 25: Hayama Institute for Advanced Studies, Japan: Transmission paradigms and the evolution of influenza A.
  • 2008, July 15: European Society for Mathematical Biology Meeting, Edinburgh: The role of cross-immunity in pathogen evolution.

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